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Ontario’s grape and wine industry is welcoming a lab at Brock University that provides vital juice and wine analysis.
Tonnellerie Saury and Groupe Charlois have joined forces to create the world’s first cooperage group integrating and controlling the entire production chain from start to finish. Groupe Charlois can now guarantee their clients receive the highest quality barrels from the most environmentally sustainable resources available while maintaining the high standards their clients have come to expect. The new group now includes the renowned brands: Saury, Leroi, Ermitage and Berthomieu. The group can produce 7,800 m3 of staves from the most prestigious forests in France and will sell 75,000 French oak barrels in the global market. All barrels pass a multi-point TCA/TBA testing program and remain fully compliant with PEFC, ISO 9001, HACCP and ISO14000 certifications. These certifications provide proof the group controls vertical traceability, from the raw material to the delivered barrel, while setting the standard in the industry for quality and safety. Each brand will continue to operate independently keeping its own identity in terms of wood selection, seasoning, manufacturing process, production personnel, and distribution network.
Nanocork™, the newest product in the wine closure market worldwide, offers wine producers the means to retain fresh fruit flavours and a long finish in white, rosé, and non-reductive red wines without concern about TCA contamination. An alternative to synthetic closures and screwcap, ACI Cork USA brings the innovative nanocork to the US market at an attractive price that makes it perfect for use in wines selling at today's sweet spot of $8 to $15 per bottle.
In July, 2009, Ethical Naturals Inc. (ENI), of San Anselmo, California, completed the PCT and U.S. patent application filing process for their ORAC-15,000™ natural antioxidant from grapes. They have now completed filing applications for the use of this unique antioxidant extraction technology for the production of high ORAC extracts from other fruit sources.
Though relatively rare in the U.S., Acacia wood has been used in France and Spain for many years to add a new dimension to white wines and in the aging of the incredible sweet wines of Bordeaux. Oakasion, LLC, represents three cooperages that have Acacia wood barrels in their barrel offerings.
Napa, CA – Collotype Labels, a leading North American wine label supplier, announces the addition of a new label printing technology and service, “Collotype Digital”. The new “digital” printing platform includes a seven-color HP Indigo 4500, and equipment that adds foil stamping, embossing, varnishing, laminating, and die cutting to the Indigo printed pressure sensitive (self adhesive) labels.
Moyno, Inc. offers the 2000 HS System as the cost-effective alternative to expensive, high-maintenance piston pumps and open conveyors for dewatered sludge transfer in municipal wastewater treatment. It features an integral hopper with a twin-screw auger feeder and Moyno G4 progressing cavity pump that efficiently handles semi-dry, high solids, dewatered municipal sludge to over 50 percent solids.
Cork Supply®, previously awarded the 2007 Sitevi® Innovation Medal for their patented INNOCORK® technique of removing TCA from natural corks, is announcing an exciting new technological breakthrough in their R&D for improving the quality and consistency of natural cork for wines.
Canopy calls itself a wine marketing network, a collaboration of eight sales, marketing and media experts willing to work individually or as a team, as a client finds useful.
Recruiting Associates Network, a key resource in local and national wine industry recruitment,  announced their new location. This location is set to provide the best in customer service and satisfaction. The company is now located at 822 College Avenue, Suite B, Santa Rosa, CA 95404. All phone numbers, fax numbers, and e-mail addresses are unchanged.
Rounder mouth-feel, distinct aromas, and increased overall complexity. This is what a number of winemakers in the Northern hemisphere have achieved in their wines after using PRELUDE®, which global ingredients supplier Chr. Hansen launched in August 2009.
The new Moyno® Winery pump is the pump of choice for winery applications, such as pump overs, pumping high fining solids or a tote of crushed grapes. They provide gentle pumping action, portability, outstanding application versatility and low total cost of ownership.
KPG Corporation, formerly Ko-Pack, is very pleased to announce its newly- formed partnership with SEI Laser Converting, Italian manufacturer of the fastest laser for die-cutting labels.
Lighting influences how wine tastes and how much consumers are willing to pay for it, the National Lighting Bureau reports, citing conclusions drawn from a series of three German experiments in which more than 500 people tasted white Riesling wines. The study report – “Ambient Lighting Modifies the Flavor of Wine” – was published in the December 2009 issue of Journal of Sensory Studies.
VinoVisit.com, a winery search engine, enables visitors to search, then select and winery tours and wine tasting events by location, varietal, and dozens of other attributes. Winery profiles include robust descriptions, photo galleries, video, maps, visitor reviews and ratings. Real-time reservation bookings, multi-day itinerary-building tools, turn-by-turn directions and closed-loop visitor reviews make it easy for wine lovers to plan winery visits.


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